* The fabulous Jane Goodall ( who wrote the following: ) * The Old Wisdom When the night wind makes the pine trees creak And the pale clouds glide across the dark sky, Go out my child, go out and seek Your soul: The Eternal I. For all the grasses rustling at your feet And every flaming star that glitters high Above you, close up and meet In you: The Eternal I. Yes, my child, go out into the world; walk slow And silent, comprehending all, and by and by Your soul, the Universe, will know Itself:... Topic: Jane Goodall
Reason for Hope - As we celebrate TJâs recognition as a Green Sanctuary, Iâll look at some of what weâve learned from primatologist Jane Goodall and others who give us hope that we can help save ourselves and our world from the problems our species has created for us all. - ERS Topics: Jane Goodall, Chimps, UU, UUA
Jane Goodall is an English UN Messenger of Peace, primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist. She is best-known for her study of chimpanzee social and family life in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania, for 45 years, and for founding the Jane Goodall Institute. She visited Basel, Switzerland, for a few days in feb. 2008 for a convention / congress called "natur". At this occasion this interview took place. Topic: jane goodall, chimpanzee, basel, switzerland
: The press for Palestinian statehood in the UN, and President Obamaâs speech to the UN General Assembly, Middle East expert Phyllis Bennis joins us. A rare interview with Jane Goodall, primatologist and humanitarian; she transformed our view of the connections between primates and humans. And now there is âJaneâs Journeyâ, a brand new film about her life, which premiers this weekend in Southern California. And insught into the execution of Troy Davis with Hillary Shelton Topics: Troy Davis, Palestinian Statehood, Jane Goodall
What can our closest living relatives - great apes like the chimpanzee and bonobo - teach us about ourselves? Are we the only species that tells lies or wages war? Do other apes have culture? On this episode, Dale Peterson joins us to discuss these fascinating, yet sadly endangered, animals. Topics: Dale Peterson, primates, apes, chimpanzees, Jane Goodall, bonobos, conservation
A very brief (1:55) segment from a meeting between Dr Jane Goodall and BSc (Advanced) students from the University of Adelaide in which Jane talks about getting involved with organisations like Roots and Shoots. Published: archive.org - internet archive Duration 1:55 License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. Download: 28.9 mb Quicktime .mov - For simple editing on a Mac [H.264 1280x720] 23.1 mb Windows Media .wmv - For simple... Topics: fangscience, fang, science, 10bigQuestions, adelaide, environment, roots, shoots, university, Jane...
What are the benefits and challenges of eating a local, sustainable diet? We speak with Michael Pollan, author of "Omnivore's Dilemma," who argues that we should think globally and eat locally. And Joel Salatin, the organic farmer Pollan wrote about in his recent Mother Jones article, checks in from his farm in Virginia. Plus, Jane Goodall tells us why she's still optimistic about the future of the environment, even in the face of today's environmental troubles. She's inspired by... Topics: Mother Jones Radio, sustainable, Michael Pollan, Jane Goodall, environment, , Iraq, military...